Posted by David Havilandon May 15, 2009 at 5:24 am (863 social interactions)
This Saturday Night at Grays Harbor Raceway, located at the Fairgrounds in Elma, is Armed Forces Night at the Races. In Honor of our men and women who serve, and have served, with valid Military ID will be admitted free to the races. The Whitney's Auto Group Sprint Cars, Shipwreck Beads Modifieds, Cut Rate Auto Parts Hobby Stocks and the HiLine Homes Hornets will all be in action at the ASA Member track.
It could be a changing of the guard in the Whitney's Auto Group 360 Sprint Car Division as for the second race in a row, one of the new young lions JJ Hickle from Quilclene took home the win and jumped to the top of the point standings with 215 points. Opening night winner Jared Peterson from Stanwood and last year's Champion Glenn Borden Jr. from Raymond with 205 points. Shelton's Jay Cole sits 2 points back at 203, followed by Tacoma's Shawn Rice and Puyallup's TJ Hartman at 193.
Posted by David Havilandon May 15, 2009 at 5:19 am (685 social interactions)
EPHRATA - The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) has closed one of its Columbia River access sites in the northcentral region because it is unsafe for launching trailered boats.
The Sunland Estates water access site, about eight miles west of George on the Grant County side of the Columbia River, is closed indefinitely while launch repair or replacement is assessed and project funding is sought.
Posted by David Havilandon May 14, 2009 at 9:35 am (513 social interactions)
On the heels of good news for the Harbor, Aberdeen held a somber City Council meeting last night, accepting the resignation of councilmember Bob McCullough, Mayor Bill Simpson told McCullough nothing is permanent. McCullough said his farewells to the council as well.
Posted by David Havilandon May 14, 2009 at 7:30 am (615 social interactions)
Grays Harbor Economic Developement Council President Michael Tracy has resigned his position. In a Wednesday press release, Tracy said "I have been on the job for over 10 years and it's time to move on and allow some new people to come on" Tracy said he has some ideas about starting a new business on the Harbor.